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What Control Do You Really Have In Life? (Article 17-20)

One of my favorite prayers is the “Serenity Prayer” attributed to Reinhold Neiburhr, (1892-1971). During difficult and challenge times in my life, especially as it concerns relationships, I find comfort in reading this prayer. The Beginning of the prayer is “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; Courage to change the things I can; And Wisdom to know the difference”. This prayer reminds me that the only control I have in my life is control over my own choices. Beyond that, God controls all things. With this understanding, I find true and meaningful peace and rest. Accepting the Things We Cannot Change We expend a great deal of time and energy trying to control o

Why Am I So Angry? (Article 17-19)

We all get angry. We get angry at people, ourselves, family members, friends, the government, organizations, the weather, machinery, technology and even God. We are angered when we believe we’re being mistreated or unjustly treated. Strife and conflict makes us angry. Physical and emotional abuse makes us angry. Competition can make us angry. Our physical or mental limitations may make us angry. Jealousy and feelings that our emotional needs are not being met can make us angry. Feeling or believing things aren’t moving fast enough may frustrate and anger us. People’s personality attributes such as a person's perceived arrogance, apathy, lack of empathy, selfishness, greed, and aggressiveness

Are You Damaged Goods? (Article 17-18)

How we are as people and the personality we exhibit is significantly shaped by our past. Although, to a certain degree, I believe heredity factors play a part in shaping personality, I also believe our personality is largely formed by the aggregate conglomeration of memories and circumstances in our past lives, largely in our childhood growing days. More specifically, the culture, financial condition, upbringing, family experiences and degree of nurturing and other environmental factors have a significant role in shaping who we are as a person and our personality. I suspect many have taken personality tests to gain better insight to who they are as person and to better understand why he/s

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